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    Dual-Credit US History

    Fall Research Paper Assignment: Link to Research Paper Assignment

    Research paper grading rubric: Link to Grading Rubric

         Link to Patrick Henry Speech: Patrick Henry Ratification Speech PDF 

         Link to Jefferson letter to Madison on the proposed US Constitution: Jefferson letter to Madison on the proposed Constitution PDF

    Link to Anti-Federalist arguments against Constitution: No Bill of Rights, Powerful President, Taxation: Link to The AMERICAN SPIRIT Source

    Link to book excerpt on ratification debates in the states and Patrick Henry's arguments against ratification: Link to RATIFICATION by Maier

     

     

    Gilded Age/West Expansion Biography Card Assignment: Link to Assignment for Gilded Age Biography Card 

     

     

     

     

    Dual-Credit US History 1301 and 1302 are offered at Granbury High School through Weatherford College.  The instructor for the couses is Cindy Leatherman.  In order to take Dual Credit courses, students are responsible for meeting the prerequisite requirements specified on the school counselor's website.  Students must enroll at Weatherford College and must enroll in the class and pay tuition.  Students must also purchase their own textbook.  For information on the required textbook, please see the tab "Supplies" on the left side of Mrs. Leatherman's webpage. 
     

    Dual Credit United States History to 1877

    (History 1301-3 hrs credit)

    ½ credit – Grades 11-12

    Prerequisites: TSI assessment and registration with Weatherford College

    This survey course develops the ability to organize, interpret, and evaluate several sources of information about the political, economic, and cultural history of the United States from its roots to the close of Reconstruction.

    Honors credit will be given.
     

    Dual Credit United States History from 1877 (History 1302-3 hrs credit)

    ½ credit – Grades 11-12

    Prerequisites: TSI assessment and registration with the college

    This survey course develops the ability to organize, interpret, and evaluate several sources of information about the political, economic, and cultural history of the United States from the end of Reconstruction to the 1990s.

     Honors credit will be given.
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Link to Patrick Henry Speech: Patrick Henry Ratification Speech PDF 
    Link to Jefferson letter to Madison on the proposed US Constitution: Jefferson letter to Madison on the proposed Constitution PDF  

     

     

     

Last Modified on October 30, 2022